assiduousness


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Synonyms for assiduousness

steady attention and effort, as to one's occupation

Synonyms for assiduousness

great and constant diligence and attention

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The active form of duty implies vigilance (defined as an alert watchfulness), diligence, even assiduousness.
The journalists were active, enterprising and resourceful once they were able to obtain work, and, having done so, could demonstrate assiduousness, the ability to execute instructions, and conformity.
The promotion of "classical" music was a prime manifestation of this lofty attitude, and nowhere was the cultural mission pursued more zealously or controversially than in the domain of contemporary music, especially the cutting-edge schools of composition then known as "ultramodern"; during the period in question, the BBC promoted the Second Viennese School with particular assiduousness.
To his credit, Shuter's own assiduousness often alerts us to such problems.
He follows her with the assiduousness of a stalker: Had a record label not eventually signed him, you get the sense he might've gunned for a president.
The other issue is the assiduousness of several authors of the collection in addressing the nirguna-saguna divide.
Particularly amusing and revealing is the chapter 'Meiggs: Practical Historian' by Oswyn Murray, who notes Meiggs' assiduousness in the questioning and recording of his sources.
Cecil Gray, Bryher) with all the assiduousness of info-tainment.
And Tom Foley seemed to dissemble about his assiduousness in following up on the early General Accounting Office reports.
Earning this certification is a direct result of our employees' enthusiasm and assiduousness," said Kearney.
Naidu observed that the outstanding results and reverberating exploits are largely owing to the assiduousness and deep commitments of students and their supportive families, and diligent labours of teachers to make all students attain soaring percentiles.
The pattern of assiduousness was set right at the start with the decision to start pre-season training in June.
SFAD stockholders, understanding Management's philosophies, concepts, and goals toward building a solid, sound business entity for the Company for the long haul, are hopefully cognizant of the timing and assiduousness that should be imposed to reach stated goals and will support Management's efforts to that end.
Nearly all of it, however, sidesteps Mel Bochner's 1967 avaunt-garde of impersonal systemizers, paying its dues instead to Lucy Lippard's signal redemption of Darboven's exploit in the name of an art that "comes directly from the artist's own needs and compulsions," to the indelible image she forged of the German artist's virtually pathological assiduousness and obsessiveness.
Srinivas K Naidu observed that the spellbinding results and reverberating exploit is largely owing to the assiduousness and deep commitments of students and their supportive family and diligent labours of teachers to make all students attain soaring percentiles.